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Old December 23, 2008, 08:25 PM   #8
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"The SAd.NASDP stock cartouche is very obvious, as are two examples of a type of Waffenampt eagle on the barrel and receiver, albeit with an "N" versus the typical swastika underneath."

The Eagle-N marks are the commercial proofs that were required starting in April 1940, replacing the earlier BUG/Crown commercial proof marks. Your rifle is most likely from 1940-41. The Gustloff series ended at around 274,000 late in WWII.
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